A trio of smartphones presented by Vivo: if X90 and X90 Pro with MediaTek processor do not scream miracle, More interesting is the X90 Pro Plus. The smartphone is, in fact, the first phone to integrate the highly anticipated Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC Designed for the highest range.
The X90 Pro Plus was born with a name Is super plus For the Chinese brand of BBK Electronics Corporation: In addition to the new processor, in fact, it features 12 GB of RAM and a 6.78-inch OLED panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The smartphone is also very interesting in terms of the photographic sector: in fact, it is used A 50MP Sony IMX989 main sensor, here at its prime, is aided by Zeiss low-dispersion lenses Capable, as declared by the manufacturer, of transmitting 24% more light to the sensor than conventional models. In addition, there are three more cameras: a 48MP ultrawide, a 3.5x telephoto with a 64MP sensor, and a fixed focus 2x telephoto, aimed primarily at selfies.
The X90 and X90 Plus share most of the specs with the more well-bodied model. As mentioned, the SoC — MediaTek Dimensity 9200 instead of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 — and the ultrawide camera that stops at 12MP change.
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Unfortunately , The X90 Pro Plus will be available for the time being exclusively in China, so we Europeans will have to wait a little longer before we get our hands on a device with the new Snapdragon processor. It is interesting to look at the very high price as expected: the X90 Pro Plus will be sold at 6499 yuan, just under 900 euros.
The X90 and X90 Pro models are available today at 4499 yuan – just over 610 euros – for the basic version and 5499 yuan – just under 750 euros – for the Pro version.